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 Crash Landing
Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: May 30 2005, 04:48 AM


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An old, half-reliable YT-1300 freighter ship descended into Tatooine's air space, battling the planet's gravity in order to make a slow descent towards the ground. Gaara didn't trust the ship's ability to make a safe landing at high speeds. He actually wasn't sure if he'd land safely the way he was going, either. It would turn out his mistrust was justified.

At first, everything appeared to be running smoothly. All systems were operating without problem, all the ship's readings appeared to show that there was no problem. Still, Gaara couldn't help but feel a foreboding sense of approaching catastrophe. Another fine benefit of the Force, he thought in a offhand way. He did not truly appreciate the Force, taking it for granted, as his own, personal advantage over most other beings in the galaxy. Besides other Force-users, and the Vong. He had never encountered one of them, however he was disturbed. They possessed no midi-chlorians; they were detached from the Force. They could not use it, nor could it be used against them. This sent shudders down Gaara's spine, but he was able to push it from his mind: this was not the time to be worrying about interstellar invaders.

Just when he thought he was going to make a good landing after all, a loud, gut-wrenching metallic sound issued from below him. It sounded like something very important breaking off from the craft.
'Just my luck,' he muttered, no real surprise dawning on his face as the ship's readings began to go berserk. He strapped himself into the pilot's seat, took a firm hold of the steering controls, and hoped for the best. The ship was plummeting head-first towards the dry, barren land of Tatooine. It appeared as a huge fireball in the sky, and Gaara wondered in the back of his mind whether or not he was going to be fried. Reluctantly, the Star-runner's head pulled up, so the base was aimed at the ground. Gaara then switched off the failing thrusters that were slowing the ship, and fired up the rear engines.

The Star-runner began moving forthward, gradually picking up momentum and moving even faster ahead as it fell. Gaara's plan was to try and hit the ground on a very acute angle, skimming along and coming to a stop. If the ship made impact on the ground coming at too big an angle, it would simply explode. End game Gaara. The prospect of losing his life frightened him, and he concentrated his will on landing the ship how he wanted. Would he be able to utilize the force in order to effect the ship in a situation like this? He didn't know. The ground was rushing faster and faster towards him, although he could see he was coming in at an angle.
'Wait a second,' he said. The ground was disappearing. He knew what this meant: the rear of the ship was tilting back, he'd pulled up too far. He started pushing the controls forwards, trying to tilt the front further down. It was a vain effort and he knew it; a roar of anger escaped his mouth.

The ship had levelled slightly, but not enough. The back of the ship slammed against the ground, before the whole thing snapped in two through the middle. The resulting explosion from the rear end of the ship helped propel the front forwards, although it didn't result as Gaara wished. The disconnected front half of the ship struck the ground on its rear end, flipping it forwards onto its roof. From there it started skimming, Gaara's seatbelts almost snapping from the force, and him almost losing consciousness from the ordeal. Huge clouds of dust billowed up from either side of the overturned, halved ship. Eventually it came to a complete stop. Gaara sat upside down lying in a ruined, metal landscape of electrical flame, filled with dust and rocks from the front screen shattering after impacting with a rock.

Gaara himself was relatively unhurt, he had sustained a few cuts and bruises (especially over his torso), a slight concussion, and a nose bleed. He considered himself lucky. He slowly managed to unbuckle his belts and drop onto his hands, before tilting over and landing on his back on the ship's ceiling. He could see, through the gnarled, melted ruins where the dissection of his starship occured, to the rear half of the ship. It lay in a huge flaming wreckage, barely recognizable as anything anymore. And he could see humanoid figures in the distance, approaching. He wasn't in the mood to be in anyone's presence currently, and passed a longing glance to the lightsaber hanging from his belt. He would use it depending on the circumstances.
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Rythmear
Posted: May 31 2005, 04:45 AM


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There was the sound of flames from somewhere nearby and then a metallic thud as something landed on the roof of the ship.
A bounty hunter clad in the gear of Jango Fett drops down in front of the ship and calls out.
"Is anyone ok?"
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: May 31 2005, 05:13 AM


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Gaara clambered through the wreckage towards the opening at the front half of his bisected ship. He drowsily weaved his way through numerous metal poles, dislodged panels and other random, jutting debris. He stepped over the ugly, melted remains of the door that led into the rear part of the ship, which had been dominated by a cargo hold. Suddenly something landed on the roof, which was, now, what used to be the base of the ship. This thought sent the news directly home: his unstable yet not inexpensive ship had not only just lost an apparently valuable part, but also simultaneously broke in half and exploded.

'Bleeding piece of wampa shit,' he shouted in anger, disregarding the voice coming from out infront of the cockpit. Okay? he heard, missing the first half. In a swell of irrational rage he thrusted his hands forwards, summoning the Force. An assortment of mangled debris scattered before him was suddenly hurled from the ship and into the dry, hot dirt, as if blown by a powerful wind. The ship creaked and groaned around him. Gaara then collected himself; he forced his rage to subside. He had other matters to attend to, it was no time to let his anger consume him. He could store it, use it for later. That was always beneficial. A simple path of action assembled in his mind. Whichever redneck Tatooine fool it is prancing around my ship first, he thought, and those other ones wandering over here second.

He stepped out of the front half of the ship into the heat of Tatooine. He dusted his Jedi robes off with his black-gloved hands, and appropriated his position to something more dignifying. He hated to be caught slouching. It was the way of an unrespectable man, and Gaara Vi-Castia was definately respectable, even if he had to prove it with a lightsaber. For a moment he considered leaping onto the top of the ship using the Force, then decided it against it. Maintaining anonymity was a priority. Gaara circled the side of the ship, pacing himself casually towards the front of the cockpit, where his visitor was.
'Who's there?' he asked.
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Rythmear
Posted: May 31 2005, 05:23 AM


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Who's there? the voice of a man called from around the ruined space ship.
Rythmear carefully paced around the ship towards the voice, seeing the robed man for the first time.
Rythmear quickly hid his armour beneath his cloak, but was unable to hide his helmet. His target tracker flicked in front of his eyes and scanned the newcomers face.
No bounties on you. Shame. he thought to himself as the scanner came up nil.
Rythmear walked forwards, his eye piece checking how much of his Jetpack had refuelled after he landed.
"What brings you to Tatooine stranger... and I advise you make it quick. I'd rather not be around when the sand people get close enough to take pot shots." he decided that by the look of him, this guy was some kind of Jedi. And if that was so, Rythmear thought it best not to reveal any of his powers to him at this time.
He walked forwards, kicking a twisted piece of smoking rubble from under his feet.
"And if you dont mind my asking, why were you flying a ship without proper fusing?" Rythmear points at the front section of the ship, showing bolts missing from where they should be to make the ship fly smoothly.
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: May 31 2005, 05:38 AM


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Gaara halted as soon as the man entered his field of vision. He watched calmly as the target tracker on the humanoid's helmet flicked out. Gaara assumed he was probably a bounty hunter. This didn't worry him; he knew there were no bounties on his head, and he'd dealt with plenty of their sort on Lok. He'd even tried his own hand at it from time to time. Gaara was indifferent on the subject of murder, but when large sums of money were involved, who could refuse?

The bounty hunter's helmet seemed familiar. He felt through his memory, wondering where he'd seen it before. He almost grasped it, but the information slipped away at the last moment. He decided to forget it; it probably wasn't important. He remained still and silent as the bounty hunter spoke.
... And I advise you make it quick. This sparked anger inside him. Who did this ramshackle bounty hunter think he was? Gaara had been wrong about the redneck part, but believed fool was spot on. Still, he smothered his anger and allowed the bounty hunter to finish. When he did, Gaara didn't reply, only staring coldly at the bounter hunter. Then he continued, noting Gaara's lack of parts for his ship. Gaara doubted it was just a matter of missing bolts, however, judging from the daunting noise he'd heard in the sky.

After he guessed the bounty hunter was done, he waited a few moments longer.
'Sand people?' Gaara suddenly questioned. 'Tusken Raiders?' he chuckled. 'No, I doubt they are of much trouble. Especially to one such as yourself ... bounty hunter.' He quirked an eyebrow at this, as if provoking an answer. He deliberately disregarded everything else the bounty hunter had mentioned. He would reply when he wished and to what he wished.
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Rythmear
Posted: May 31 2005, 05:51 AM


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Bounty Hunter he had said, as if it were an insult.
Ha Rythmear thought to himself.
"True friend. I am a bounty hunter, but thats no concern to you, you're clean. I am however not merely a bounty hunter. I also do bodyguarding work if you're interested... I dont normally go out of my way to help people, but if theres anything you need, just ask. I reckon first and foremost you're going to need a way to get back into town... or if you're..." he chooses his next works very deliberatley, noticing your lightsaber. "...not the sociable type, I know a few places for the discreet."
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: May 31 2005, 09:19 AM


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'Bodyguard?' he questioned. 'No.' He did not elaborate; merely refused. His mind was beginning to clear, however, and he realized that his current cold persona was not the best course of action. He wouldn't adorn his friendly 'mask' immediately, a gradual transition would be more believable. That way he wouldn't arouse suspicion. Gaara let some of the coldness in his eyes melt away.

'I'm not looking for anywhere discreet,' he said. His voice was clear yet subtle. A commendable voice when used in the art of persuasion. 'I'm here to see the Hutts. Whoever leads them. I wouldn't know, I don't tend to keep up with politics, especially on a world such as this.' He had noticed the bounty hunter's wandering eyes. His lightsaber, only a short, metal cylinder on his belt, would only be recognizable by the trained eye. If he doesn't know what it is, he thought to himself, bemused, then he probably is a redneck after all.

Gaara pivoted his feet and turned. He glimpsed the approaching Tusken raiders. They were closer now. He wouldn't be able to escape on foot, although the bounty hunter looked capable of fleeing. If these raiders wanted to fight, then they would die, and Gaara would make sure he enjoyed it. He might aswell, if that's what it came to.
'What of these raiders?' he asked the bounty hunter without looking at him.
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Arodec
Posted: May 31 2005, 10:50 AM


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The lone wandered had been making his way across the was desert, wearing brown robes to shield himself from the scorching rays of the suns. He was just about to take a drink from his water canteen when he could see a huge fireball falling from the sky, not all to far away. He calmly took a drink from the canteen, and headed towards the thundering sound of a crash. He usualy avoided interaction with people unless forced to, but he was running out of water, and he was in the middle of nowhere. He had never liked the desert world, and he would never have gone there by his own choice. However, fate seemed to enjoy tormenting him.

He let out a sigh as he got to the top of the last dune between him and the crash site. He could clearly see both the bounty hunter, aswell as the man who had crashed. He had never been comfortable around bounty hunters. He trusted them even less than he trusted the rest of the inhabitants of the galaxy. As far as he knew, they where all capable of killing their own parents for ten credits. But he noticed something even more disturbing, a group of Tusken raiders where approaching those from who had hoped to aquire some water. He slowly started to walk towards the two down by the crashed freighter. He had gone through plenty of trouble to aquire his custom built blaster, and if those two were willing to give him some water, he would gladly use it against the raiders.
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Rythmear
Posted: Jun 1 2005, 04:55 AM


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Rythmear felt a tingle run up his spine and he turned his head ever so slightly as if to appear gazing out at the approaching sand people, but he had confirmed his suspision.
He turned back to the robed figure before him.
"I suggest you put away your... armament," he paused before turning away but saying deliberatly, "Jedi."
He turned and looked up at the man standing on the hill.
"What do you want there?"
He rested his hand subtly on his hip near his blaster in case of trouble.
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 1 2005, 07:30 AM


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The man clad in brown robes stopped as the bounty hunter asked him "What do you want there?", and smiled slightly under his hood. He reached inside his robes, and pulled out the soon empty water canteen with his right hand, and pulled down his hood with his left. "If you got water to spare, i can offer assistance if those Tusken get violent." he said with a rather low voice. He had experienced a few encounters with the sand people before, and they rarely turned out pleasant. While he was carrying his blaster under the robes, one could see a slight bulk on his right thigh. It was too big to be an ordinary blaster, but too small to be a rifle or carbine. There also seemed to be a few odd features about it, perhaps an external add-on.
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: Jun 1 2005, 07:55 AM


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Gaara watched the newcomer as he talked, weighing up his options. Finally, he said:
'I was planning on restocking on water here, although it's scarce and precious. I might have some in the cockpit, however.' He offered the two of them a final look, turned, and walked around the side of the ship. Gaara pulled himself up and through the ruination that was the rear half of the remainder of the Star-runner. Thinking about what had happened made him angry again.

How about, Gaara sneered in his mind, I go and 'look' for my so-called water, and then you can deal with the raiders when they arrive - and you won't have to wait long for that. He passed a glance at the almost distinguishable figures of the raiders, and then ducked into his ship. He could take a look around for his utility belt while he was in there.
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 1 2005, 04:40 PM


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He put away his water canteen, and reached inside his robes with his right hand and grabbed something. He then pulled out a rather strange looking blaster. It was slightly larger than a heavy blaster pistol, and it's barrel was very long compared to most. On the upper left side it had a scope attached. No doubt it was custom built for high accuracy over long ranges, but it seemed a bit too heavy to be very useful at close range. He gave the bounty hunter a brief look, then returned to studying the approaching raiders. If they where to show any signs of aggression, he was ready to fight.
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: Jun 1 2005, 10:09 PM


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Gaara didn't take long to locate his utility belt. After he found it he removed his lightsaber from the belt of his jedi robes, and hooked it onto the utility belt, which he strapped around his waist. Then he ducked into a corner, hiding in the shadows. The Tusken Raiders had arrived. He let his conciousness subside, the red curtain of his battle instincts sliding over his mind. He embraced the dark side of the force.

Outside, the raiders signalled to each other, their leader issuing a command in their tongue. They circled the ship, cautiously approaching the bounty hunter and the waterless man. The leader had signalled for two raiders to search the ship - he'd seen someone enter it. Gaara was crouched in the middle of what remained of the ship. He drew the shiny black handle of his lightsaber, holding it firmly infront of him, ready to lunge and wield it. The two Tusken raiders suddenly walked by him. Now was the time.

Gaara leapt forwards. He let the force flood into him, blooming within his mind and body like a dark flower. He pushed the button on the 'saber handle, which ignited the powerful energy beam. The reddish-orange beam extended from the handle. Upon hearing this doom-bringing sound the Tuskens wheeled on Gaara. He had slid forwards, side-on to the raiders. His left foot was placed forwards. Then he pivoted it inwards, and began to turn. Before the raiders could react, his right leg slid behind him, turning him to face the raiders. His arms swung in synchronization with the turning of his body. At this point the Tusken raiders were only just beginning to raise their weapons. Gaara's lightsaber cut through the air, before slicing the two raiders cleanly in half. He then completed the manuever, standing facing the corpses.

Once he confirmed the death of the raiders, he reached out with the force, searching for other raiders in his ship. He felt none. He turned the lightsabre off and re-hooked it to his utility belt. Then he entered the cockpit, crouched in the shadows, and watched the situation unfolding outside.
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 2 2005, 12:33 AM


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He slowly raised his strange blaster against one of the raiders, and aimed for two seconds. He carefully squeezed off a shot, sending a bolt right into the throath of one of the raiders. ANd so the battle started. He squeezed of another shot, this time into the chest of a raider running towards him. Two of the raiders had sneaked up behind him, and took him by suprise. He tried to aim at one of them, but it managed to hit his blaster away from his hand. The other Tusken took a swing at him, but he managed to dodge, and counter-attack with a high-kick, knocking the attacker out. The other one also took a swing against him, and his his left shoulder. He fell down to the ground, and then swooped the raider of his feet with a kick. The robed man quite jumped up at his feet, and stomped the the raiders neck. He collected his blaster, and got himself ready.
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Rythmear
Posted: Jun 2 2005, 04:02 AM


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The Bounty Hunter watched as the Jedi sliced through a pair of the raiders, and turned his attention to the pair of sniper Tuskens in the distance taking potshots at the robed man. He swept them with his scanner, and almost unbeleivably, one of their robed faces matched an image for a recently placed Bounty. He smiled beneath his helmet and activated his jetpack. He soared over towards the two raiders, drawing his pistols from his belt. He landed, fly kicking the raider with no bounty to the ground. He turned a blaster on the second and fired a single shot which struck the raider square in the chest. It fell backwards, wounded but not killed as the Bounty hunter pivot kicked the first one as it tried to rise. He leveled the blaster and let loose a round into the things face.
He turned and launched a wrist wire at the bounty and it was trapped. It writhed as he opened the bounty network in his helmet and recorded the kill as he fired three shots into the beasts face.
"This trip was worth it..."
he holstered his blasters and turned back to watch the other two.
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 2 2005, 05:36 AM


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A lone Tusken sniper was waiting for his time to strike, laying ontop of a dune carefully aiming. He aimed at the back of the robed stranger's head, and slowly squeezed of the shot. The sniper got quite a suprise, however. As if the man had known the shot was comming, he twisted his body, causing the bolt to miss his head by less than an inch. He quickly counter-attack, putting a bolt between the sniper's eyes. He quickly looked around, hoping that move had not drawn the attention of the bounty hunter or would be water source.
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: Jun 3 2005, 08:06 PM


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Gaara had remained quiet and watchful as the battle ensued. He had carefully studied the man's fighting. Gaara wondered if he'd encountered another Jedi. If so, he wouldn't mind killing this fellow. He bided his time until the fight was over, planning to conveniantly return.

(Excuse the shortness of this post.)
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Rythmear
Posted: Jun 4 2005, 08:06 AM


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The Bounty Hunter turned and looked back, all the tuskens were now dead.
He felt a slight tingling down his spine, the feeling he usually got when he sensed that his life was being threatened by a dangerous person. He kept a wary eye on the hooded man, but was also wondering what had become of the man who had obviously been a jedi.
He searched through the Tuskens pouches and found a canteen of water. He called over to the man, his arm ready to hit the emergeancy boost jets if he tried anything.
"Want this?"
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 4 2005, 04:18 PM


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He robed man put his blaster in it's holster, and looked at the bounty hunter. He gave the man a nod and said, "I would appreciate it.", as he wiped some sweat from his forehead. His past experiences with bounty hunters were not the best, but this one seemed like a decent man.
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: Jun 5 2005, 01:02 AM


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As soon as Gaara could see no more raiders outside, he stood up, and quickly headed towards the back of the ship. He made his way through the wreckage with far more ease than his previous trip. After dropping down into the sand, he walked back around the side of the ship the way he had come. He wore mask of shock on his face.
'Bless the Force, the fight's already over.' He dropped his gaze to the scattered bodies before a question occured to him. 'Are you hurt?' he asked, wondering if the worrisome tone in his note sounded authentic.

After the man replied, some of Gaara's selfish nature returned, unable to be withheld by him. He was more interested in getting to where he wanted to go, rather than any injuries this potential Jedi had sustained. It was unlikely he'd suffered any, if he was a Jedi.
'I couldn't find any water,' he managed to place in front of his greedy outburst, muttering: 'although our good friend the bounty hunter appears to have some' on the heels of that.
'Now that the, uh, crisis is over, I'm interested in heading to the nearest settlement. I want to see the Hutts.' This final sentence carried a subtle yet commanding tone.
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 5 2005, 07:37 AM


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He looked at Gaara's face for a while, then turned away. He trusted this man just as far as he could throw a Hutt. However, to go to the nearest settlement sounded like a good idea, and he was a bit curious about this man. He turned back towards him, and said, "I will come with you.".
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Rythmear
Posted: Jun 6 2005, 04:29 AM


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The Bounty Hunter walked over and handed the man the water canteen. Not many people knew, but Rythmear was usually a kind person by nature, unless the person had a price on their head.
"Here you go friend. Now lets get outta here." he turned and started walking.
"Come on you two, I know where you need to get too."
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: Jun 6 2005, 05:28 AM


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Even as the bounty hunter was handing P.J. (Gaara's decided nickname for the man, "Potential Jedi") the water canteen, Gaara was already making his way towards the city in the distance. From here, it appeared only to be an elevation of the ground. A very destitute society, Gaara could see. He pulled the hood of his bland, brown robes over his head, and folded his arms as he strode across the hardpan. Without turning, he questioned the men behind him.
'What's the name of the settlement ahead?' His voice maintained its commanding tone.
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Arodec
Posted: Jun 6 2005, 05:47 AM


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He didn't know the name of the settlement, so he simply kept walking. He had once again pulled up his hood, and was thinking about his current situation. This was far from what he had planned. If everything had gone right, he would be close to getting his revenge, but instead he was now stuck with two strangers in the desert.
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Rythmear
Posted: Jun 6 2005, 07:52 AM


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The bounty hunter lead his two companions to the town. It was a small collection of clay buildings built up around a fountain of water in the center of town.
He looked left and right to find someone useful to talk to.
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Gaara Vi-Castia
Posted: Jun 12 2005, 07:47 PM


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Gaara Vi-Castia cocked his head to the right, then left, surveying the ruddy town. Then he spied a spindly-looking, 6 armed humanoid with pale red skin that was watching them. It caught his piercing gaze, and stood bolt upright. Then it walked slowly over to them, staring at Gaara with curiosity, as if it was compelled by his staring eyes.
'You,' Gaara addressed him, 'tell us where I can find the Hutts.' The creature stood still and wordless for a moment, before answering.
'Rorubu the Hutt has a palace,' it paused, thinking, then pointed to the east, to a large rocky structure, 'over there.' It then stood there, staring into Gaara's eyes.

Gaara then smiled, his eyes taking upon them an unnatural warmth. The spell on the spindly creature immediately broke, and it stared at Gaara's eyes intently for a moment longer, wondering why on earth it had found them so interesting, before hurrying back to the stall it had been lurking around earlier. Gaara maintained his warm, generous look as he turned to the other two.
'Why, gentlemen, come and join me in the splendour of the Hutts palace,' he chuckled, knowing that 'splendour' and 'Hutt' were two completely alien ideas. Gaara began walking briskly towards the palace.
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